Democrats will fund DHS, but uncertainty still exists in immigration fight
With a possible DHS shutdown, Congress must pass a funding bill relating to the president’s executive action.
Texas judge announces temporary injunction to President’s executive action
Judge Andrew Hanen announced on Tuesday a temporary injunction to President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. It is important to point out these key points with this new ruling: 1) This is only a delay of the order, not a permanent cancellation. 2) This does not apply to those …
Cynicism grows as media access shrinks
On President Obama’s first day in office, he promised a “new era of openness.” However, a prominent journalism organization is calling his bluff. The Society of Professional Journalists notes that over the past two decades, public agencies have increasingly prohibited staff from communicating with journalists unless they go through …
So What Do We Do Now? Latinos and the 2nd Obama Administration
For perhaps the first time in history, the Latino vote is widely acknowledged to have proven decisive in a Presidential election. How should the community’s advocates react? The natural tendency is to push for more across the board, hoping that the community’s greater political power will automatically translate into …